The Juvenile Instructor, Or Natural Grammar and Reader:: Containing a New Method of Analytical and Synthetical Parsing of the English Language, by Means of a Vinculum Or Chain; with Miscellaneous Exemplifications, in Prose and Poetry: Adapted to the Capacities of Learners, who Have Made Some Progress in Spelling and Reading; Designed to Succeed the Juvenile and Other Spelling-books, And, as an Introduction to the Juvenile Mentor and Expositor
Smith & Forman, at the Franklin Juvenile Bookstores, 1815 - English language - 198 pages
What people are saying - Write a review
We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.
Active transitive verbs adjective pronoun adverb afflictions Apply Rules bad company beautiful birds blessing brother child Christ command conjunctions consonant death defective verbs denotes derivatives diligent Diphthong drow duty endeavour esteem evil father fironouns flower friends governed gratitude happy hear heart heaven honour horrour imperfect tense improve indefinite article infinitive mood Juvenile JUVENILE INSTRUCTOR kind ling little boy live Lord manner mind nests never nominative Nouns ending o'er obedience obey parents peace Perf perfect participle person pleasure plural number possessive adjective preposition Pres present tense Primitive words ending Promiscuous religion scholars semivowels sentence signifies sing sound speak subjunctive mood substantive sweet syllables teach tell tender thee thing Thou art tion trees truth v–to v—to vinculum virtue vowel w—to walk wicked wise young yourselves youth